The E-Learning Centre, a long established information resource about e-learning and learning technologies for business education, not-for-profit or the public sector, has been re-launched with the new e-learning Content Store.


In addition to the information and the many resources that are freely available on the site, the e-learning Content Store contains a vast array of e-learning content. Priced competitively, these learning courses have been produced by acknowledged leaders in technology-delivered corporate learning, including the Virtual College, eJ4, eltalking, Learning Light and the language specialists, Altissia.


The learning materials cover topics including business improvement; business productivity; communication; customer service; equality and diversity; food hygiene; health and safety; health and social care; HR conversations; information and data protection; leadership and management; learning and development; maths/ grammar for business; recycling and waste management; selling skills, and languages.


“All the e-learning content available at the E-learning Centre has been carefully selected, evaluated and curated by the Learning Light team, so customers can be confident that they’re gaining access to high quality e-learning content,” said Learning Light director, David Patterson. “We’ve done all the hard validatory work for customers – who now have access to curated content that meets tough quality standards.

David Patterson, of Learning Light.


“Importantly,” he added, “making e-learning content available at such a competitive price demonstrates that small companies with small learning and development budgets can afford top quality e-learning content. It also provides a resource that’s flexible and adaptable, since the e-learning content can be adapted and tailored to the needs of organisations of all sizes: large, medium and small.


“Whether you want some job-specific learning or performance support materials, or need more general business-related learning, this growing resource can provide it,” he continued.


“For example, everyone can have ‘easy conversations’ at work but the difficult ones are much more challenging to handle well. They focus on performance, change and motivation – regardless of the size of organisation you’re in.


“The E-learning Centre’s learning content which deals with this is in the form of short videos designed to be used as a refresher just before you’re about to have the conversation.”


Learning Light are planning further launches of e-learning content on the site in the coming months, including sales training from Virtual Coach.


Patterson commented: “The site – with its wealth of information, news and views – has always attracted a high degree of traffic. We believe that the site’s new look and enhanced contents should prove even more attractive to visitors and make it an essential part of the corporate online learning scene.”